Kosher in Greenwich, CT?
These are your options in Stamford (one town over from Greenwich):
Baskin Robbins Stamford
Beldotti Bakery 605 Newfield Ave., Stamford (203)348-9029
Carvel/Cinnabon 1980 W. Main St. Stamford (203)569-7910
Cafe Stam 1035 Newfield Ave. Stamford (203)329-6626 http://www.cafestam.com (Catering also available
)Coldstone Creamery 1109 High Ridge Road, Stamford (203)487-7400
Dairy Queen 885 Summer St. Stamford (203)348-9147
KOSH 108 Prospect Street Stamford (203)614-8777 http://www.itskosh.
com Joint certification provided with OU
Navaratna Vegetarian Indian Restaurant 133 Atlantic Street, Stamford (203)348-1070
Schakolad 172 Bedford St. Stamford (203)359-1886
There's also New Rochelle, which has chinese, deli-ish (Grill Point), and pizza.
Late night kosher and you're thinking Riverdale?
Golan Heights falafel in Washington Heights (seconds from Route 95) is open until about 2am. The falafel is great - and you may have seen the interior on a Maccabests video. The famished youth of the Jewish people drive in from New Jersey and the Five Towns after midnight, I would have thought that it would be the logical solution for midnight munchies in Greenwich.
My husband and I wound up having Cinnabon for a snack. They were gooey and good, and the idea of having a kosher Cinnabon was really priceless.
Then for dinner met a friend at Kosh. I had a hamburger, which was delicious; my husband had a salad the name of which he does not remember (maybe chef's salad?), but he enjoyed it. There was cornbread and honey before the meal; the service was great. We got there about an hour before they close and stayed for about two hours. They were amazingly accomodating, even after their scheduled closing time.
Thinking of planning an overnight, or 3 day trip to do some sightseeing in the Hartford area. Haven't
done any research yet, or even looked at a map.
Are any of the eating destinations mentioned above - Stamford, Riverdale, Washington Heights, New Rochelle -
a close enough drive to make sense for us?